I recently joined HubPages and I'm enjoying it so far! Here's my first post: http://itsaetos.hubpages.com/hub/Top-Sc … On-YouTube
If you could give me feedback on my first try and tips and advice for my future at HubPages, I'd really appreciate it.
Hello! I'm new here too! and I'm loving this writing community...
Really interesting article, as a soon to be engineering student I found the video about the perfect sphere fascinating.
There were a few small gramatical errors, however I can't really talk as my hubs arn't perfect. Overall however a quality hub.
Great hub! Keep up the good work! My advice, esp if earning money is one of the reasons you are here, is to be very very patient. Be here because you love to read and write. Make that your first priority. Awesome hubs are made out passion for writing and not made for the sake of money. I wish you good luck on your future hubs.
I've just come across your response to this forum and I must say that it encouraged me as I also am new to HubPages. I've always been passionate about writing as a whole -- be it simply a quote I've made myself or a journal entry (yes, as kind of embarrassing as it is I still keep a journal!) or an article about something that interests me. Reading, too, has become a big part of me ever since I started perusing novels at the age of 11. I dig written works be it articles on the Internet. in magazines or in broadsheets...
Anyways, I just want to say thank you Suruj Punjabi for this advice.
I have yet to publish my own Hub and hopefull I'll get to do it soon.
If I could offer you only one tip for the future, sunscreen would be
it. The long term benefits of sunscreen have been proven by
scientists. Hope that helps.
Don't write for your personal interests. Research internet trends and write about what the mob wants to know about.
HubPages suggests you write about topics you are passionate about.
The best advice I can give is to write about what interests you, have fun and above all DON'T let any negative comments from others get you down.
Hubpages is filled with plenty of talented and supportive writers, but every now and then you do get the odd one who chooses to express a negative opinion in a spiteful way.
Just keep doing what you're doing, and do it for you
Good luck x
Welcome to hub pages. It a fun site for those who like to write. Have fun!
My advice would be to be patient and to have clearly definable goals.
Try to research keywords for a decent post title. Other than that, don't sweat the numbers too much and write from the heart.
Great start! The hub contained a lot of great information and certainly stuck to the topic. The only suggestion I have is to make some of the images smaller so that it breaks up the flow of the overall hub. Right now it looks a bit choppy. But it certainly is a great first start! Cant wait to see more!
Just continue writing hubs focused on topics that will drive in visitors despite being published several years past..Welcome to Hubpages and good luck!
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